Meet Robert Macomber when he stops in to sign his next upcoming book, An Honorable War, the 13th novel in The Honor Series.
About the book-
February, 1898. As tensions with Spain reach fever pitch and the press calls for an honorable war to liberate Cuba, Captain Peter Wake, U.S.N., returns to his clandestine past with an espionage mission deep inside Cuba. Then, moments after Wake departs USS Maine in Havana’s harbor and his mission is over, the ship explodes. In that instant, America and the world are changed forever.
Wake is soon in the Spanish-American War, commanding a squadron of misfit ships in a perilous operation on the Cuban coast. Facing overwhelming odds, he’ll have to use every ruthless skill
and Machiavellian trick learned in his thirty-five- year career. Can he carry out his orders, defeat the Spanish, save the lives of his men, and deal with the politics in Washington?
We won’t know until it’s over, but by then it may be too late ….
Robert N. Macomber is an award-winning and internationally recognized Florida author, lecturer, and TV commentator. He grew up on the waters along the SW coast of Florida and by age seventeen, he was an offshore racing skipper and raced for the next thirty-two years in Florida, Mexico and the Bahamas. When not traveling the world on research treks, lecture tours, or book signings, he lives on Pine Island, the same coast where he grew up. When not writing, he enjoys sailing among the more remote islands and cooking the exotic cuisines from his novels.
His Honor Series feature the adventures of Peter Wake, Union Navy, starting in the American Civil War.